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Helen, Rekha, Reena Roy: Where Bollywood veterans live

Last updated on: October 07, 2014 18:46 IST
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A look at some of the most starry addresses in Mumbai.

After the plush residences of Bollywood's veteran actors, we bring you the upscale localities in which some of the most glamorous actresses of the years gone by live in now.

Take a look.

Helen

 

The former glam girl lives in Galaxy apartments, the same residential complex as Salman Khan, in the posh neighbourhood of Bandra, a western Mumbai suburb.

The entire Khan family resides on various floors in the premises.

Rekha

 

Actress and Rajya Sabha member Rekha's house is guarded by high bamboo walls in the Bandstand area of Bandra.

Incidentally, the gorgeous actress's house in on the same road as the Khans. 

Reena Roy

 

Yesteryear actress Reena Roy, who is rarely seen at social dos in the city, resides in the posh Pam Ville building in Bandra.

Zeenat Aman

 

The Hare Krishna Hare Ram stunner owns a flat in the sprawling high-rise Megh Apartments in Juhu, another rather posh and star-studded residential area in the city.

Rati Agnihotri

 

The bubbly Rati Agnihotri is a resident of Sterling Seaface building in Worli, South Mumbai.

Ratna Pathak Shah

 

Meanwhile, the articulate and fiery Ratna Pathak Shah, like many of her contemporaries, calls Bandra home too.

Her apartment is in a high-rise called Sand Pebbles.

Moushmi Chatterjee

 

Moushmi Chatterjee lives in the Nibbana building in Pali Hill.

Other stars who reside in the same locality are Ranbir Kapoor and his parents Rishi and Neetu Kapoor, and yesteryear baddie Prem Chopra.

Poonam Dhillon

 

Noorie breakout star Poonam Dhillon has a bungalow in Dev Park in Juhu. 

Lata Mangeshkar

 

Singing doyen Lata Mangeshkar's sprawling flat in Prabha Kunj on Peddar Road, South Mumbai, has been a major attraction for her fans over the years.

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